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InternetCases.com Podcast — November 29, 2005

Panel Discussion of Google Book Search

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This edition of the InternetCases.com Podcast is the audio from a panel discussion held on November 29, 2005 at the John Marshall Law School on the issues surrounding Google Book Search (f/k/a Google Print).

Professor Doris Long moderated the discussion. The first panelist to speak was professor Leslie Reis, who addressed various business issues pertaining to the Google Book Search model. Todd Flaming, a practicing attorney and adjunct professor at John Marshall spoke next on the technology behind the project. I spoke next on the legal issues in the cases filed by the Authors Guild and the American Association of Publishers, focusing mainly on the fair use factors of copyright law. After me was professor David Sorkin, who compared the nature of indexing pages in Google Book Search with the process of indexing regular web pages. The final speaker was Tom Keefe, a reference librarian at the John Marshall Law School library, who gave a librarian’s perspective on how Google Book Search could affect the future of research.

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InternetCases.com Podcast — November 20, 2005

Cindy Cohn Part II

This edition of the InternetCases.com Podcast is Part 2 of the audio from a talk given by Cindy Cohn, the legal director and general counsel for the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Ms. Cohn spoke to a meeting of the Internet Law Committee of the Intellectual Property Law Association of Chicago (“IPLAC”) on November 4, 2005. Ms. Cohn discussed issues relating to file sharing — in particular, the Grokster decision, as well as actions taken by the entertainment industry against individual file-sharers.

This Part 2 is the question and answer sesssion from the talk.



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Running time: 39:30
File size: 13.5 MB

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InternetCases.com Podcast — November 9, 2005

Cindy Cohn Part I

This “special edition” of the InternetCases.com Podcast is the audio from a talk given by Cindy Cohn, the legal director and general counsel for the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Ms. Cohn spoke to a meeting of the Internet Law Committee of the Intellectual Property Law Association of Chicago (“IPLAC”) on November 4, 2005. Ms. Cohn discussed issues relating to file sharing — in particular, the Grokster decision, as well as actions taken by the entertainment industry against individual file-sharers.

The talk is being presented here at InternetCases.com in two parts. This first part is Ms. Cohn’s main talk. The question and answer sesssion (edited for brevity and understandability) will be posted as Part 2 at a later date.

This was a lunchtime meeting, so please excuse the sound in the backgroud of soda cans opening, and other general sounds such as papers rattling, etc.



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Running time: 34:08
File size: 11.7 MB

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InternetCases.com Podcast — September 2, 2005

This edition of the InternetCases.com podcast discusses the question of whether interception of an e-mail message in temporary storage violates the Electronic Communications Privacy Act.



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InternetCases.com Podcast — August 20, 2005

This edition of the InternetCases.com podcast discusses the Fourth Amendment right to privacy in Internet subscriber information.



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InternetCases.com Podcast — July 22, 2005

This edition of the InternetCases.com podcast discusses the question of when the federal CAN-SPAM Act preempts state law.



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InternetCases.com Podcast — July 8, 2005

This edition of the InternetCases.com podcast discusses the dangers of posting copyrighted images online without obtaining permission.



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InternetCases.com Podcast — June 24, 2005

This week’s podcast discusses the importance of conducting a Google search as part of due diligence.



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InternetCases.com Podcast — June 10, 2005

This week’s podcast discusses the case of The Cruising Co. Etc. v. Mahnken Enterprises, Inc. et al., 2005 WL 1354532 (W.D.Wash., June 6, 2005), in which the court denied a motion for preliminary injunction against a former employee maintaining control over a company’s website.



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The InternetCases.com Podcast is switching to a semimonthly format

The InternetCases.com Podcast, which for the past couple months has been released each week, is switching to a semimonthly format (every two weeks). This will help to ensure a consistent level of quality in the subject matter. If you enjoy listening to the InternetCases.com Podcasts, please vote for it at Podcast Alley.